Shelley wrestler Kolton Stacey signs with the University of Providence
Kolton Stacey signed with the University of Providence in Great Falls to wrestle after returning from a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint in two years.
Kids eat free this June
SHELLEY — The Shelley Summer Food program is back for the month of June. From now until June 30, children from ages 1 to 18 can eat breakfast and lunch for …
Shelley High School high jumper going to BYU
Maddie Lempka, a senior at Shelley High School, signed a letter of intent on May 19 with BYU as a high jumper.
Madison Lempka wins State Championship in the high jump
Shelley Russet Madison Lempka brought home a gold medal, while four other Russets brought home bronze medals from the 2021 State Track and Field Championships held on May 21 and May …
Shelley baseball star signs letter of intent
SHELLEY — A Shelley High School baseball star will play baseball for Georgetown College in Kentucky After fielding multiple offers to play baseball at the college level, Austin Batement signed a …
Shelley FFA awards more than $6,000 in scholarships
Students in the Future Farmers of America Shelley Chapter received more than $6,000 in scholarships this year and created a new scholarship in honor of a beloved teacher.
Local principal recognized as one of the best in Idaho
Ben Lemons, Riverview Elementary School's principal, received the 2021 Idaho Distinguished Principal award from the Idaho Association of Administrators.
Homes being evacuated, schools on standby as fire continues to advance
Homes are being evacuated and Firth schools are on standby as wind continues to push the Lavaside Fire north.
New principal hired for Hobbs Middle School
The Shelley School Board processed 36 application before reaching their final decision for the new Hobbs Middle School principal.
Local sculptor and art teacher chosen to sculpt goddess
Far from her homeland, the mythical goddess will have a new likeness of her in Florida, sculpted by the talented hands of one of Shelley's very own, Daniel Borup.
Shelley competes against 17 schools at Rigby Invitational
RIGBY — The Shelley Russets competed at the Rigby Invitational with hundreds of athletes from West Yellowstone to Preston.
Meeting tomorrow to discuss Firth’s $400,000 plant facilities levy
Thursday night the Firth School Board will decide how to proceed with the ten-year, $400,000 plant facilities levy going on the ballot on May 18.
Meeting regarding creation of Shelley High School swim team, tomorrow
Anyone who would like to see a Russet swim team should go to the March 31 meeting at 6:30 p.m. in the Shelley High School library and voice their support.
Shelley comes out strong at Blackfoot Quad Track Meet
Shelley’s second track meet of the year, The Blackfoot Quad on March 18, put Shelley up against great talent in teams such as Blackfoot and Skyline.
Shelley Academic Decathlon places 3rd at state; now going to nationals
For the second year in a row, Shelley High School’s Academic Decathlon team has qualified for nationals.
Amanda Reading remembered as a natural and loving teacher
Amazing, smiling, loving, kind and patient are how Amanda Reading's colleagues remembered the Sunrise elementary teacher who passed away unexpectedly on March 8.
Shelley school bus hit by car: No injuries
Just before 8 a.m. a Shelley school bus was hit by a car while taking kids to school. Shelley Police say no one was injured.
Firth wrestlers bring home third and fourth place at State
The Firth High School Wrestling team sent 12 wrestlers to the 2021 2A State Wrestling Tournaments Saturday, Feb. 27, at Ford Idaho Center in Nampa. Two Firth wrestlers brought home third …
Shelley wrestlers bring home first and second-place championship titles
NAMPA — Shelley High School sent six wrestlers to the 2021 State Championships with two wrestlers bringing home first and second-place trophies. The Idaho 4A State Championship Tournament took place on …
Superintendent explains Shelley’s $7.5 million bond
Community Pioneer's Editor-in-Chief Mike Price sat down with Superintendent Chad Williams to discuss the $7.5 million bond up for a vote on March 9.